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  • Summer Mathematics Packet- Second Grade

    Farmland Elementary

    Summer Math Packet For students completing second grade

    Student Name ______________________________________________

    Dear Families,

    In this packet you will find math activities to help maintain and review math skills learned in 2nd grade. It will also prepare your child for 3rd grade math concepts. Summer math packets for all grade levels will be available on the Farmland website as well. These activities are varied and are meant to show how much fun and relevant math can be in everyday life. We ask that you check over your childs work to see that he/she is working accurately. We hope that your child will complete the packet and return it when the new school year begins so that he/she can be recognized as one of our outstanding summer mathletes!

    We also look forward to our Mad Minute Math Event in the fall (Mad Minute is a timed math facts test). 3rd grade students will participate in an addition Mad Minute event. 4th and 5th grade students will participate in a multiplication Mad Minute event. Students will have the opportunity to win gold, silver or bronze ribbons, so be sure to practice your basic facts this summer too!

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    Week 1: Basic Facts

    Basic facts are important for computation throughout your childs academic career.

    Thought for the week: Math is FUN!

    1. Write the whole numbers in digits and words from 1 100 on any fun paper you choose. (For example- 1 one, 2 two, ) Create a pattern or collage of the numbers and words.

    2. Write your ordinal numbers from 1-20. Remember after thirds, most end in th. (First, second, third, fourth, )

    3. Choose some links from Math Websites from Curriculum 2.0 2011-2012 (back page of this packet) and practice your basic facts.

    4. Using the information below and the blank graphs on the next page, construct a bar graph and pictograph. Remember your graph must be labeled, have a title, have a key and start with the number 0!

    Favorite Ice Cream Flavors in Room 233 7 students like chocolate 4 students like strawberry

    2 students like cookies and cream 5 students like vanilla 5 students like cherry

    After completing the graph, write three complete sentences interpreting what you have learned from the graph.

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    Week 2: Addition and Subtraction with and without Composing and Decomposing

    These two areas compose a large portion of second grade math and need to be reviewed throughout the summer to remember the logic and operations.

    Thought for the week: Numbers are Everywhere!

    1. Complete the addition problems below. Most of these problems require composing a ten. (Be sure to rewrite the problems vertically so that they are easier to solve!)

    23 + 12= _______ 40 + 34= _______ 56 + 43 = __________ 285 + 207 = _________

    418 + 138 = _________ 767 + 325 = _________ 128 + 261 = __________

    2. Complete the addition problems below. All of these problems require composing a ten.

    426 + 337 = ________ 673 + 234 = _________ 591 + 749 = _________ 755 + 476 = _______

    678 + 343 = _________ 899 + 267 = __________ 487 + 622 = __________

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    3. Complete the subtraction problems. Most of these problems require decomposing a ten. (Be sure to rewrite the problems vertically so that they are easier to solve).

    56 43 = __________ 78 41 = __________ 340 120 = __________ 62 37 = _________

    623 569 = __________ 457 285 = ____________ 641 395 = _____________

    4. Complete these challenging subtraction problems. All of these problems require decomposing a ten. (Be sure to rewrite the problems vertically and line up your places- 1s over 1s and 10s over 10s!)

    741 237 = ___________ 966 419 = ___________ 542 189 = __________ 640 158 = _________

    106 59 = __________ 305 67 = __________ 507 189 = _________ 701 395 = ________

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    Week 3: Money Sense

    Money is used by children on a daily basis. Children need to be able to count by 1s, 5s, 10s, 25s and 50s to $1.00. Children need to be able to identify the different coins and their values.

    Thought for the week: Money Counts!

    1. Write the name and value of each coin below.

    _________________________ ______________________

    ________________________ ____________________________

    2. Show 2 different ways to make 25. Show 4 different ways to make 50.

    3. You have $1.00. You spend 42. How much change will you get back? Show 2 different ways the change can be made.

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    4. You are going to the store on Saturday. You have saved $10.00 from your allowance. You want to buy 2 items. Look at the items below. What combinations of items can you buy?

    $5.99 $6.99 $2.49 $3.79 $1.89

    5. Joe and Jane Smith have decided to go to the Hamburger Shop for lunch. They have $15.00 total to spend for their two meals. Select a lunch for Joe and Jane from the menu below and find the total amount for the meal.

    The Hamburger Shop Menu

    Regular hamburger and fries- $4.75 Large hamburger and fries- $5.25

    Cheeseburger and fries- $5.75 Bacon burger and fries- $5.95

    Coke, Orange, Sprite or lemonade- $1.50

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    Week 4: Fractions and Partitioning Shapes

    Being able to partition shapes and understand fractional parts is important.

    Thought for the week: Sharing is Great!

    1. Cut 4 strips of paper the same length. Make one strip the WHOLE. Fold one strip to make HALVES. Fold one strip to make THIRDS. Fold one strip to make FOURTHS. Lay the strips one under the other with the WHOLE on top. Compare the sizes of each part and answer the questions below- Which is larger- one WHOLE or one-half? Why? Which is larger- one-third or one-fourth? Why? Which is smaller- one-third or one-half? Why?

    Which is smaller- one-half or one-fourth? Why?

    2. Cynthia was having a pizza party for her birthday. She invited 3 friends to her party. She ordered one large pizza that had 12 slices. All the girls got the same number of slices. How many slices did each girl receive? Draw the pizza with 12 slices and then partition it into the correct number of shares.

    3. Color each circle to match the fraction under it.

    1/2 2/3 3/4 4/6

    4. Complete this activity with your parents. First, take an orange and cut it in half. How many pieces do you have? Second, cut each orange piece in half again. How many pieces do you have now? If you eat one piece now, what fraction of the orange will you eat? Oranges are good for you so go ahead and enjoy the rest of your healthy snack!

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    5. List 6 things that you can see or buy at the grocery store that show fractions. (For example, a set/carton of eggs).

    _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________

    6. Look at the shapes below. Partition each shape into halves. If it can also be divided into four equal parts then partition it into fourths.

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    Week 5: Time

    Time is very important in our daily lives. Everything revolves around time. Whether it is to get to work, school, and a play date or catch a plane to grandmas house, our children must learn to use time wisely.

    Thought for the week: Time Flies!

    1. Write the correct time for each of the clocks below.

    _______________ _______________ _______________

    2. Make a clock of your own from a paper plate and paper clips (or whatever materials you would like). You must have the hour hand and minute hand as well as the minute intervals.

    3. Make a list of 5 things people have used to tell time throughout human history. ___________________________________ __________________________________ ___________________________________ __________________________________ ___________________________________

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    4. Make a list of the things you did for one hour. Include the time and how long you spent doing each activity.

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Kathy and her two friends went to the pool with her mother at 10:00a.m. They went

    down the water slide and played with their floating ball. They left the pool at 1:30 p.m. How long did they stay at the pool?

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    Week 6: Multiplication

    Just like addition and subtraction, multiplication and division are opposites. Multiplication